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We at Patriots Life are giving out our post-season awards. And we're starting off with the biggie. The coveted New England Patriots Most Valuable Player. And the award goes to... Who else? It's Tom Brady!This goes without saying really. Without Brady, the Patriots would be nothing. The way he conducts the high-tempo offense while dissecting defenses at the same time is simply mindblowing. A 4,800 yard, 34 TD, 8 INT season is evidence to how well Brady has done, especially since this offense has become “more balanced”. with a enhanced running game. He was the winner of the FedEx Air Player of the Week three times during the season, the most out of all QBs, and set numerous records over the season. He destroyed (pretty much) every defense he came up against, and made sure that when the defense couldn't keep up, the Patriots were still as competitive as ever.Look no further than the near comeback against the San Francisco 49ers. The drives he was able to put together to...
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